Port Campbell is the home of a very important stop along the Food Trail.
Jodie Clarke and her husband Greg made a sea change from the corporate world and started Great Ocean Ducks, to support the food trail with ethically sourced ducks for fine-dining restaurants. Their goal is to farm happy, healthy ducks in their natural environment and work closely with all of their customers to ensure they are handled with care throughout their entire journey.
From there, we head to Cooriemungle to visit Apostle Whey Cheese. Julian Benson talks about how passionate his customers are. And he encourages them to come and see how his award-winning Blue Vein Cheese, Southern Bree and Black Pepper Cheese came to be.
Christmas cake, toffee and caramel aren’t the first words you’d normally think of when describing a glass of whiskey. But Timboon Railway Shed Distillery is changing the way we look at this very popular spirit. Josh Walker says, “It’s no longer an old man’s drink!” Since 2015, 35 Australian whiskey distilleries have grown to over 300 and counting! Whether you love a single malt, or you don’t know the first thing about whiskey, this is the perfect place to start your journey.
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